On the day the Packers officially signed former Bears safety Adrian Amos, the Bears have agreed to a one-year deal with former Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Clinton-Dix and Jackson will be teammates again in Chicago, where Jackson earned first-team All-Pro recognition at safety during the 2018 season.
Despite the popular opinion that Clinton-Dix's play deteriorated after the trade to the Redskins past year, his Pro Football Focus grade of 79.3 was actually the best of his career, and 17th-best among safeties in the NFL.More news: Oakland Raiders Release WR Jordy Nelson
After waiting out the two days of the legal tampering period and the first day of the new league year, the Bears signed former Packers and Redskins safety HaHa Clinton-Dix to a one-year deal.
Clinton-Dix, 26, spent his first four-and-a-half seasons with the Packers before he was traded to the Redskins last October. He had 93 tackles, three interceptions, six passes defended and a fumble recovery in 2018.More news: Trump issues first veto of his presidency, continuing border 'emergency'
Clinton-Dix played every defensive snap while with Green Bay and did the same in seven of his nine games with the Redskins.
Clinton-Dix was a Pro Bowler in 2016.More news: Last remaining U.S. diplomats leave Venezuela
Before then, in 71 games with Green Bay, he picked off 14 passes, forced three fumbles, recovered a fumble, made 390 tackles including eight for losses.
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